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Is there a way to forcefully terminate a running wasm function call.

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Currently when a module with an infinite loop is run there seems to be no way to interrupt the function call. What would be the best way to guard against this kind of code? Would it make sense to preprocess the wasm module and inject a maybe_halt function call?

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@rk thanks. we seem to have a similar problem with @mentions :joy:

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Relative import from redirected url

I've been looking at this issue as well (and took two stabs at a PR).

Symlinks seem like a natural choice but it is not clear how a cross-origin redirect would be represented as a symlink. A second problem exists with the TypeScript language server which doesn't play well with symlinks.

I think the problem with the current cache is that it's loosing information about the original http responses. One way to fix this would be to always store the complete http header in a separate file along with the response (if any) much like the mime type is stored now. Deno would then have to read this header file first and then either redirect or read the body file.

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The problem with the TypeScript language server could be fixed with a plugin. But this makes the developer experience significantly worse as everyone should install the plugin (enter: npm/yarn and a node_modules dir). Maybe deno could come with it's own preconfigured language server? Or at least a language server plugin which can resolve files in the DENO_DIR.

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Allow terminating an Isolate from another thread.

I don't think this is related to this PR but there seems to be a flaky test. I can't figure out which exact test it is though https://ci.appveyor.com/project/deno/deno/builds/23251871

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 impl<B: Behavior> Future for Isolate<B> {   } } +/// SharedIsolate is a thread safe handle on an Isolate. It exposed thread safe V8 functions.+#[derive(Clone)]+pub struct SharedIsolate {

IsolateHandle sounds perfect.

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 pub trait Behavior { /// JavaScript. pub struct Isolate<B: Behavior> {   libdeno_isolate: *const libdeno::isolate,+  shared_libdeno_isolate: Arc<Mutex<Option<*const libdeno::isolate>>>,

The Option is atomically set to None when the Isolate is dropped. This prevents the IsolateHandle from using a disposed v8 isolate. see L100-101

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This allows users of deno core to forcefully terminate the execution of any script by calling terminate_execution() from a different thread. This is also an API required to implement the Web Worker Worker.prototype.terminate() function.

Note: I'm not entirely sure about calling the thread safe isolate handle SharedIsolate.

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deno does not support http proxy

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+// Copyright 2018-2019 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.+import * as msg from "gen/msg_generated";+import * as flatbuffers from "./flatbuffers";+import * as dispatch from "./dispatch";+import { assert } from "./util";++// Permissions as granted by the caller+export type Permissions = {+  read: boolean;+  write: boolean;+  net: boolean;+  env: boolean;+  run: boolean;++  // NOTE: Keep in sync with src/permissions.rs+};++export type Permission = keyof Permissions;++// Inspect granted permissions for the current program.+export function permissions(): Permissions {+  const baseRes = dispatch.sendSync(...getReq())!;+  assert(msg.Any.PermissionsRes === baseRes.innerType());+  const res = new msg.PermissionsRes();+  assert(baseRes.inner(res) != null);+  // TypeScript cannot track assertion above, therefore not null assertion+  return createPermissions(res);+}++// Revoke a permission. When the permission was already revoked nothing changes+export function revokePermission(permission: Permission): void {

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+// Copyright 2018-2019 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.+import * as msg from "gen/msg_generated";+import * as flatbuffers from "./flatbuffers";+import * as dispatch from "./dispatch";+import { assert } from "./util";++// Permissions as granted by the caller+export type Permissions = {+  read: boolean;+  write: boolean;+  net: boolean;+  env: boolean;+  run: boolean;++  // NOTE: Keep in sync with src/permissions.rs+};++export type Permission = keyof Permissions;++// Inspect granted permissions for the current program.+export function permissions(): Permissions {

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+// Copyright 2018-2019 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.+import * as msg from "gen/msg_generated";+import * as flatbuffers from "./flatbuffers";+import * as dispatch from "./dispatch";+import { assert } from "./util";++// Permissions as granted by the caller+export type Permissions = {

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+// Copyright 2018-2019 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.+import { testPerm, assert, assertEqual } from "./test_util.ts";+import { Permission } from "deno";++const perms: Permission[] = ["run", "read", "write", "net", "env"];++for (let grant of perms) {+  testPerm({ [grant]: true }, function envGranted() {+    const perms = Deno.permissions();+    assert(perms !== null);+    for (let perm of Object.keys(perms)) {+      assertEqual(perms[perm], perm === grant);+    }++    Deno.revokePermission(grant);++    const revoked = Deno.permissions();+    for (let perm of Object.keys(revoked)) {+      assertEqual(revoked[perm], false);+    }+  });

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That's right. The only tricky part is that the import order must deterministic and all bootstrap code must be synchronous for this to work. Dynamic import() will eventually fix that too as it will allow us to import unsafe code at after the first event-loop tick.

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